Esher, June 21, 2023 – Keltbray, a leading provider of specialist engineering and construction services, proudly announces its successful completion of the ISO 45003 certification process with an exceptional achievement of zero Non-Conformities (NCRs) or Opportunities for Improvement (OFIs). This certification highlights Keltbray’s unwavering commitment to providing a robust Health and Wellbeing (H&WB) programme and ensuring the utmost safety, productivity, and welfare of its workforce.
Being among the minority of businesses that have attained this certification, Keltbray demonstrates its dedication to the comprehensive well-being of its employees. Keltbray has taken significant measures to safeguard its staff, emphasising the identification and mitigation of psychosocial risks while establishing internal and external support mechanisms. Keltbray’s proactive approach also extends to equipment selection, where safety, productivity, and user welfare are paramount considerations.
With the successful completion of the ISO 45003 certification, Keltbray has affirmed the effectiveness and quality of its processes and support structures. Our Health and Wellbeing team’s relentless efforts and dedication have been pivotal in accomplishing this significant milestone.
Moreover, Keltbray recognises the importance of sharing its experience and knowledge with its supply chain and the wider industry. The company is committed to actively contributing to the improvement of H&WB practices across the sector. By fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange, Keltbray aims to raise standards and create safer and healthier working environments for all.
Mark Newns, Health & Wellbeing Manager for Keltbray, states “We have been working hard for this since 2013 when wellbeing was in its infancy. It is brilliant that we have continually improved the Thrive Health and Wellbeing programme and have been tested against this world class standard. We will strive to improve and create a great workplace.”
Kevin Bradley, Head of HSQE for Keltbray’s Infrastructure division, expressed his pride in the achievement, stating, “Completing the ISO 45003 certification with zero NCRs or OFIs is a testament to our unwavering commitment to the health, safety, and wellbeing of our workforce. We firmly believe that prioritising the physical, mental, and emotional welfare of our employees not only enhances their quality of life but also positively impacts the success and sustainability of our operations.”
As a leader in the industry, Keltbray continues to set an example for its peers, emphasising the importance of H&WB and striving to create a positive and supportive work environment.
Philip Pashley, Group Proposals and Communications Director
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Notes for Editors
Keltbray is a leading UK specialist engineering and construction services business, offering a unique self-delivery capability spanning key phases of the construction value chain – civil engineering, geotechnical, asbestos management, demolition, piling, and reinforced concrete structures, decommissioning, remediation, rail, power distribution and transmission, and environmental services.
Our purpose, ‘To redefine the way sustainable development is delivered’, embodies the commitments we take to support everything we do. From the people we support, the company we sustain, the local communities we work in, the industry in which we thrive and the planet we live in. We are PAS 2080 & ISO14001:2015 certified and signatories to The Climate Pledge, working towards net-zero carbon operations by 2040 across built environment and infrastructure.